There's no better way to say "halo" to summer than by kicking off the May Long Weekend with free ice cream.  Halo Top Creamery is giving away free pints of ice cream this Friday - that's right, I said free ice cream - and is inviting Canadians to celebrate the unofficial start of summer by checking out Canada's two first-ever Halo Top drive-thru locations in Toronto and Vancouver.

The two pop-up drive-thrus open on Friday, May 17th. Canadians looking for a refreshing sweet treat can get their hands on a free pint of Halo Top deliciousness at the pop-up drive-thrus while supplies last - no purchase required!

In Toronto, the pop-up drive-thru will be located at 306 Front Street West, open from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM, or while pints last.  In Vancouver, you can find the pop-up drive-thru at 688 Cambie Street, open from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

If you're not in the Toronto or Vancouver area, not to worry.  Halo Top is also offering free pints across the country through their online Virtual Drive-Thru.  If you're one of the first 5,000 Canadians to "pass" through online, you'll be sent a coupon for a free pint of Halo Top.  How easy is that?!

10,000 pints of various dairy and non-dairy flavours will be available for pick up at the pop-up drive-thrus, and Halo Top will even equip you with a free spoon so that you won't have to wait to get home to dig in.

A variety of flavours, including Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Mint Chip, Oatmeal Cookie, Peanut Butter Swirl, and Sea Salt Caramel will be up for grabs.  If non-dairy is more your thing, you can grab a pint of Halo Top's two vegan-friendly flavours available: Non-Dairy Birthday Cake and Non-Dairy Toasted Coconut.  

And if you're counting calories in preparation for bikini season, you can let your worries melt away.  That's because Halo Top is a guilt-free treat that you can feel good about eating at just 80-100 calories per serving. 

Dig in and enjoy, Canada!

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